While trying to not-so-subtly take a dig at the “Red” singer by posting the names of some of her famous exes, like Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner and Harry Styles (SIDE NOTE: Cory Monteith‘s name was reportedly removed after his sudden passing this past weekend), Lex Houser and Andi Cross, who run Bad Kids Clothing, suffered from the wrath of the Swifties.
Though the tee was allegedly meant as a joke and wasn’t even posted on the clothing line’s official site (just on Instagram), the 23-year-old’s megawatt fanbase attacked the designers with email subjects like “OFFENSIVE TAYLOR SWIFT SHIRT – TAKE IT DOWN!” And comments like, “You are getting a lot of hate. If I were you, I would give in and make a shirt that DOESN’T call people sluts.” Whoa.
This comes just one month after Abercrombie & Fitch experienced similar reactions to its “#more boyfriends than t.s.” tee. Teen readers voted and said it was hilarious, but dedicated T.Swift fans clearly thought otherwise and petitioned for the company to take down the design. Since then, the shirt has become “no longer available.”
In other Taylor Swift news, we spent an entire day with her Red tourmate, Ed Sheeran!